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Computer & Mobile Device Digital Forensics

Computer forensics is a part of digital forensics. If you or your client are looking for computer forensics investigative services anywhere in the United States, Prudential Associates can provide clients with the assurance that any data recovery or restoration work they need follows all best practices and regulations and is performed to the highest standards.

Additionally, our state-of-the-art forensically sound acquisition practices allow us to provide superior digital forensics services to our clients for presentation in a courtroom setting.

Our wide range of investigative services includes:

  • Data Extraction
  • Data Recovery
  • Internet Forensics & Investigations
  • Mobile Phone Forensics
  • Fraud Investigations
  • Digital Theft
  • BYOD Security & Policies

Whether it’s a simple case of a cheating spouse, or a more complex case involving, for example, corporate theft, executive protection, or even government agencies, our investigative team has years of experience managing a spectrum of case types and is happy be of service.

Members of our team bring experience from a variety of backgrounds. They include, for example, former FBI special agents, former CIA officials, former U.S. State Department officials, and other experts in all aspects of international crime and terrorism.

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Mobile Device Forensics: The explosion of mobile devices, including phones and tablets, over the last two decades has produced an equal amount of data that is often critically necessary during litigation. Mobile device forensics has emerged as an important field of digital forensics.

The digital forensics process usually consists of three stages: acquisition and imaging of exhibits, analysis, and reporting.
For investigations requiring retrieval of data from a mobile device, various tools and methods such as SIM card imaging and app analysis can produce evidence that is often the difference in cases where crimes involve the use of a mobile device. Complicating this work are the evolving methods of locking phones (e.g. the use of biometrics) and the portability and synchronicity of data to cloud services that sometimes results in data not being saved to the device.

For more information about digital forensics investigations in Maryland, Washington DC, or Virginia and how Prudential Associates may help, contact us today.

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